Ice Dogs 2022-2023 Teams

 
 

The 2022-23 season will be one of the biggest in Micro Ice history!  We are extremely proud that our growth has been the result of our tremendously popular learn to skate, learn to play and our mite development programs as well as our superior year-round hockey/skating skills clinics, and a near-perfect retention rate of team players. As such, we will have very few open spots on our Ice Dogs teams next year and we expect significant interest in those spots.

We emphasize game like situations with maximum pace, repetitions and puck touches to accelerate player development. Our goalies can easily face more than 300+ shots per practice and included in our goalie tuition are GDS Elite Goaltending private lessons, who are located in our building. 

To quote Kurt Russell as Herb Brooks in the movie Miracle, we’re not looking for the best players, we’re looking for the right ones. The right players for our program prioritize learning, sportsmanship and fun above all else. The right players for our program believe in long term development, effort and accountability. Our measurement of success is not to just grow good hockey players but rather to help grow respectful, hard-working, collaborative and confident young adults. If you have any questions, please email tryouts@microicehockey.com and complete our Prospective Player Form. Thank you.

 
 

TRYOUTS - FRIDAY MARCH 18th

MITES - 2015 & 2014 BIRTH YEARS - 5:00pm - FULL ( To be added to wait list please email tryouts@microicehockey.com )

SQUIRTS - 2013 & 2012 BIRTH YEARS - 6:00pm - FULL ( To be added to wait list please email tryouts@microicehockey.com )

PEEWEES - 2011 & 2010 BIRTH YEARS - 7:00pm - FULL ( To be added to wait list please email tryouts@microicehockey.com )

BANTAMS - 2009 & 2008 BIRTH YEARS - 8:00pm - FULL ( To be added to wait list please email tryouts@microicehockey.com )

Tryouts are for players who are not currently on an Ice Dog team or in our mite development program.


 
 

Mite Development (2015 - 2016 Birth Years)

Practices twice per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating. One practice per week with David Breen. Team plays 10-15 games vs other local mite development teams plus monthly 3v3 games amongst our mite development teams.

Mite Minor (2014 - 2016 Birth Years)

Practices three times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating. Two hockey practices per week with David Breen. Team plays in the VHL Cross Ice League (25 game schedule). Practices are weekdays.

Mite Major (2014 & 2015 Birth Years)

Practices three times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating. Two hockey practices per week with David Breen. Team plays in the VHL Cross Ice League (25 game schedule). Practices are weekdays.

Squirts (2012 & 2013 Birth Years)

Practices three times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating. Two hockey practices per week with David Breen. Team plays 35+ games in the VHL. Goalies receive one private lesson per week with Mike Buckley’s GDS.

More info on Ice Dog Goalies

Peewees (2010 & 2011 Birth Years)

Our Peewee VHL team practices three times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating...and two hockey practices per week with David Breen. Our Peewee VHL team plays 35+ games in the VHL.  Our Peewee Selects team practices three to four times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating...and two or three hockey practices per week with David Breen. Our Peewee Selects team plays 30+ elite and AAA level tournament and non-league games. Goalies receive one private lesson per week with Mike Buckley’s GDS

More info on Ice Dog Goalies

Bantams (2008 & 2009 Birth Years)

Practices three times per week. Once with Peter Carruthers to work on skating. Two hockey practices per week with David Breen. Team plays 35+ games in the VHL. Goalies receive one private lesson per week with Mike Buckley’s GDS.

More info on Ice Dog Goalies


Tournament Play: All teams are also eligible for play in local and/or travel tournaments. Tournaments are a great opportunity for our teams to play additional competitive games and bond as a group and community. Typically team families determine which tournament(s) they wish to participate in themselves and costs of tournaments and any travel are born by the families.


 
 

Prospective Player Form

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